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Jan 13, 2017 3:59pm PST
officer as we just heard. it made its way to the fbi and the intelligence chiefs made donald trump aware of that, but to say that they leaked this entire dossier does not capture what happened. laura: how key will the relationship will intelligence be as he goes by his national security adviser, michael flynn, who as we heard in the report was in regular contact with the russians? shane: michael flynn is the man with the most national security experience close to donald trump throughout the campaign. he will be a conduit for how this president receives information from intelligence agencies -- the pentagon, the state department. all roads lead back to michael flynn in the white house. will he have trump's ear or will there be people around him who buffer him, people like general mattis? will he stand up to michael flynn and try to get donald trump to pay attention to the pentagon over the security advisor? laura: once the president-elect is sworn in in seven days time, do you think there could be a shift in tone and the rift could be healed between himself and intelligence agencies? shan
other countries constantt know that emailing. that is why the fbi should be investigating this. what is it that the russians know or have about that communication during the campaign that increases their leverage over this new administration? >> the briefing today with fbi director comey, did he give you any indication that the fbi is investigating the trump can think? -- campaign? rep. pelosi: i can just say publicly the american people are owed the truth. there is a great deal of evidence to show that this is important to the american people, for the integrity of our own democracy. that is why the fbi should let us now whether they are doing that investigation or not. you have seen public testimony in the senate. >> you said you welcome the inspector general's report. even if it does show wrongdoing, do you think that is too little , too late? rep. pelosi: too late for what? >> the election. rep. pelosi: obviouslyrep. pelosi:. we are having an election in one week. [laughter] >> what would you expect that to yield beneficially? of president-elect trump nominees have been test
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
to the growing firestorm swirling around fbi director james comey. he will be investigated about him going public about the hillary clinton e-mails, then on election eve saying there was nothing there. here's pierre thomas. >> reporter: tonight, 24 hours after the department of justice revealed an investigation into fbi director james comey and his decisions, growing anger. it involves hillary clinton and her e-mails. going public 11 days before the election, then revealing there was nothing there. now, new anger. many democrats on capital hill emerging furious after a closed briefing on russian hacking with fbi director james comey. just this week comey on the hill was asked is he investigating donald trump, and any possible contact with the russians and trump's team during the campaign. >> i can't talk about these things in public forums. >> the irony of you making that statement, i can't avoid. >> reporter: now lawmakers have met privately with comey and have learned more. >> all i can tell you is the fbi director has no credibility, that's it. >> reporter: comey now taking heat f
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
meddled with the election and the review of the fbi director's actions during the campaign. james comey visiting capitol hill for a closed-door briefing today where a source inside the room says he was confronted angrily by the former dnc chair. >> the fbi director has no credibility. >> at the capitol, preparations for huge crowds friday. but not congressman lewis. skipping the inauguration. >> you cannot be at home with something that you feel that is wrong. >> also tonight, new questions about coincidental timing of a call between top trump aide mike flynn and russia's ambassador, the same day that new sanctions were announced against moscow. the transition team saying the call did not focus on sanctions and instead coordinated only a talk between donald trump and vladimir putin after the inauguration. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >>> house republicans during their senate colleagues, taking a major step toward repealing obamacare. they've pressed ahead without a plan to re place it. leaving the estimated 20 million people who have coverage under the law worried about what comes next
position of the fbi, very influential members of congress. now, you have not been a cheerleader, as far as i can tell, for weak withenning strong encryption -- weakening strong encryption which is something that i think sounds constructive. if you're confirmed as ciaia director, are you willing to take the president, the fbi and influential members of congress on on this issue? because i think it's clear weakening strong encryption will leave us less safe. and i'd like to hear your views with respect to strong encryption, and would you be willing to take the president, the fbi, influential members of congress on when they advocate it? because they're going to. >> senator, first of all, i did not mean at all to suggest you were second to anyone with respect to keeping america safe. if i implied that, i did not intend that. you should know i take a backseat to no one with respect to protecting americans' privacy either. i think that is incredibly, incredibly important. with respect to encryption, it's a complicated issue. i know enough about it to begin to form judgments, but i want t
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
about with respect to the fbi? based on the information they had, she should never have been allowed to run. guilty as hell. that's as clinton allies applauded the decision by the justice department inspector general to launch a probe into the way the department and the fbi handled the investigation into clinton's private e-mail server. >> i think those tweets are just the latest indication that donald trump is someone who is very insecure in his victory and i understand why. every day there are new developments and new shoes dropping so to speak. >> reporter: as trump airs his grievances on twitter, at least some are being spared. his cabinet picks, who are starting to express disagreement between trump's views and theirs. >> we want them to be themselves and i told them, be yourselves and say what you want to say. don't worry about me. >> reporter: another potential area of disagreement may be emerging. house speaker paul ryan told an undocumented immigrant at cnn's town hall that he hoped her future was in america. she was brought to the u.s. as a child by her parents. >> do you t
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
hacking. fbi director james comey went to capitol hill for a classified talk about russian hacking. lawmakers ended up talking about him. >> we can't tell you anything. all i can tell you is the fbi director has no credibility. >> comey's focus, russian hacking to influence the election. but a new investigation will examine whether he tilted a close race by publicly commenting on hillary clinton's e-mails. democrats didn't get the answers they wanted and have new questions about calls michael flynn made to russia's ambassador the same day sanctions were announced. >> we really need to have one president at a time. one on the trump team was trying to undercut what president obama was doing. >> in a flurry of tweets the president-elect says he will have his own people author a full report on hacking within 90 days. mr. trump also renewed his vow that obamacare will be repealed. the house today moved one step closer to gutting the affordable care act. >> we have to step in before things get worse. this is nothing short of a rescue mission. >> reporter: congress will now start hearings
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
contain private communications of u.s. citizens. included are the fbi and drug enforcement administration, which focus s on domestic intelligence. previously, the nsa was required to filter out irrelevant personal information before sharing intercepted communications w with other agencies. the formerer british intelligene agent behind an unsubstantiated dossier about donald trump's activities and connections in russia has gone into hiding. christopher steele left his home south of london on wednesday, after the wall street journal identified him as the author of the 35-page memo alleging russia's government has compromising information that it could use to blackmail the president-elect. the memo was published by buzzfeed on tuesday, prompting outrage from donald trump and criticism from journalists who say the claims can not be verified. the british newspaper, the telegraph, quotes a friend of steele saying the former mi6 spy is "terrified for his and his family's safety." meananwhile, the justice department's inspector general has opened a review of how the fbi handled an investigagation
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
to what the intelligence community and fbi have said on that. they did careful intelligence work. they obviously, in a very painstaking way, reported the conclusions that they did and that you heard about a couple of weeks ago. think that is an aggression upon the united states that we have responded to, but i would say that is just the beginning. my guess is that is the floor and not the ceiling. charlie: henry kissinger went to china in part as leverage against the soviet union. some suggest they would like to see a better relation with russia to forthwart the ambitios of china. does that make sense to you? sec. carter: you are right. there is a long history of font expectations by russians, -- by americans, that the russians and chinese will check each other. we have a different relationship with both of them. we have with both of them a relationship that has competitive aspects to it, but also cooperative aspects as i said when you asked me before, the ones with cooperative ones with russia have been unfortunately shrinking but we have to be realistic about that. , there is a
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
, called on the fbi to investigate claims trump administration officia h russians. >> what is it that the russians know or have about that communication during the campaign that increases their leverage over this new administration? >> the trump team says general michael glen, who will head up the national security agency, under trump, has talked with the russian ambassador to the u.s. on several occasions. but they dismissed concerns about those phone calls, saying glen was expressing condolences and trying to set up a phone call between presidents trump and vladimir putin for after the inauguration. craig boswell, capitol hill. >> the white house said it was not notified. but adds, that doesn't mean the communication was inappropriate. >>> secret service took us behind the scenes today, at one of the security centers, where agents will be working to keep the inauguration and all of the people coming here reveal that location. and of course, we won't. the multianxiety -- multianxiety center -- multiagency center is designed to break down silos to make sure everyone knows and will wha
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
facing an unprecedented credibility crisis. the fbi is under review following allegations it meddled in the election. so is the department of justice. the intelligence community looks like it's engaged in open warfare with the incoming commander in chief. they have kwked putin's russia hacked democratic institutions in an effort to help trump. fake news and failing piles of garbage for their reporting on the issue. congress says it's own credibility crisis and now the legitimacy of america's highest office is being publicly called into question by civil rights legend. let me bring in the panel. i want to see your reaction. >> you know, i think what john st. louis reacting to and what a lot of americans are reacting to is that we've learned a lot of information over the last several weeks. and in a informal course of business, you would have further investigation into this. you would have house committees, you would have senate committees, actually look at these possibly to restore the legitimacy or answer the questions that people have before then. and what's -- what's odd about the mom
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
that this is an issue, it' a question that the fbi is still looking into. have you seen evidence that there were communications between the trump campaign and any russian officials prior to the election? >> i have been the beneficiary of classified briefings. i can't go into what was told me in those briefings, but i think it is a very, very appropriate and necessary area of further investigation as to what those conversations may have been between donald trump or his campaign and the russians. he should answer that question. he has not done so. he refused to do it in the last press conference that he had. he owes those facts and explanation to the american people. >> let me ask you, because of course the other issue that democrats in particular have talked about unduly influencing the election was fbi director's activities, particularly with regard to the investigation of hillary clinton's e-mails. we reported yesterday we learned that the fbi now has an investigation by its inspector general as to director comey's activities in advance of the election. and we heard the democrat
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
officials not to pursue that. >> reporter: house minority leader nancy pelosi called on the fbi to investigate claims trump administration officials have been communicating with the russians. >> what is it that the russian s know or have about that communication during the cam pain increases their leverage over this new administration. >> reporter: trump team says general michael flynn will head up national security agency, under president trump has talk with russia's ambassador to the u.s. on several occasions but they dismissed concern about those phone calls, saying flynn was expressing condolences about the murder of a russian ambassador in turkey and trying to set up a phone call between presidents trump and vladamire putin for after the inauguration. >>> white house says it was not notified of general flynn 's contact with the russian ambassador but adds it does not mean that the communication was inappropriate. >>> meanwhile on twitter, president-elect trump tweeted unaffordable care act will soon be history. late this afternoon the house passed a measure to it up effort to
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
officials with the fbi's washington field >>> you're watching news4 at 5:00. >>> right now at 5:30, a student recovering in the hospital after he was shot just steps from suitland high school this afternoon. a group of students got into an argument in a nearby parking lot. one of the teens opened fire, shot a classmate, then took off. investigators still trying to locate that student who opened fire. >>> now, one of the fbi's top officials is delivering a reassuring message for muslims in northern virginia he came to friday prayers at a mosque in northern virginia. >> reporter: law enforcement officials came to this mosque today to try to ease tensions that arose out of the 2016 presidential campaign and continue even now with talk of things like an immigration ban and a muslim registry. the fbi's representative made it clear, they will protect this community just like any other. friday prayers. but at the back of the room, some visitors, representatives from local and federal law enforcement. and after the imam spoke, the mike went to one of the top officials at the fbi's field offic
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
the fbi to investigate claims that trump officials communicated wi russians. his team admits they have talked with russia's ambassador to the united states on several occasions. health officials say he was expressing condolences about the murder of a russian ambassador in turkey and trying to set up a phone call with vladimir putin after the inauguration. >>> the house has just approved its first step for gutting the affordable care act. that 227-198 vote will make it easier for a subsequent obama care repeal bill would advance through congress. the timing on all of this is uncertain. but republicans want to pass it as quickly as possible. >>> the office of congressman elijah cummings says it will do everything to help those hurt in a fire. >> the flames swept through katie malone's house. her 8-year-old daughter is credited with helping her mom and two young brothers escape the fi for the family has already raised more than $40,000. >>> the driver of a car in montgomery county lost control and the car flipped onto its roof. this happened this morning on oxford street, right in fr
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
with respect to the fbi? based on the information they had she should never have been allowed to run. guilty as hell. they were very nice to her. she lost because she campaigned in the wrong states. no enthusiasm!" some thoughts on the fbi's new probe of the investigation. another attempt by democrats to discredit the president-elect. >> it looks as if democrats on the way out the door are trying to leave behind as many landmines as they can to at least cast doubts on the legitimacy of the trump victory. i'm not sure this is the best way to assure a good transition, one where you transferred not just the authority of the office but the legitimacy, but that seems to be what the democrats wanted to do as they get out of power. >> and we've got one more for you. john lewis saying that he is not a legitimate president. take a look. >> i don't see the president-elect as a legitimate president. >> you do not consider him a legitimate president. why is that? >> i think the russians participated in helping this man get elected and to help destroy the candidacy of hillary clinton. >> interest
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
investigation. the justice department watchdog opened up a new inquiry into fbi director james comey over handling of clinton's private e-mail server investigation. and damaging details from an opposition memo that accused trump of being compromised by russia were leaked to the media. james clapper denounced the memo as false. somehow added to president obama's daily briefing and making the rounds on social media. so the narrative undermining trump is this. trump lost the popular vote it's james comey's fault the russians did it. few are pointing out why hillary clinton lost. no one is pointing out no one made hillary do mostly fund-raisers during the month of august when historically voters start focusing on election. no one told hillary clinton not to campaign in key battleground states like wisconsin and no one told her to put the nation's secrets on private e-mail server in her house in chappaqua. let's bring in trump transition team senior adviser, katrina pierson. do you think president obama and other democrats are making good on their promise for a smooth transition? >> no, w
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
, what are hillary clinton's people complaining about with respect to the fbi? based on the information they had she should never have been allowed to run. guilty as hell the tweet said. they were very nice to her, she lost, because she campaigned in the wrong states. no enthusiasm. the tweets come a day after the justice department's inspector general announced he would be looking into the fbi and justice department's handling of the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail server. clinton aides have blamed the fbi for influencing voters. clinton plans to attend next friday's inauguration. >>> with just a week to go until inauguration day, the race is on to get everything ready. crews are setting up the media village in front of the white house. with president elect trump set to take office, massive security preparations are d under way. security costs have topped $100 million. 3,200 police officers from across the country will be in washington next friday. they'll be joined by 80,000 members of the national guard and 5,000 members of the military. today the secret service talked ab
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
hillary clinton's people complaining about on the fbi? based on the information they had she should never have been allowed to run. guilty as hell. applauded by the inspector general to launch a probe into the way the department and the fbi handled the investigation into clinton's private e-mail server. >> i think those tweets are just the latest indication that donald trump is someone who is very insecure in his victory and i understand why. every day there are new developments, new shoes dropping, so to speak, that call into question the legitimacy of his win. >> as trump airs his grievances on twitter some are being spared. his cabinet picks who are starting to express disagreement between trump's views and theirs. >> we want them to be themselves and i told them. be yourselves and say what you want to say. don't worry about me. >> another potential area of disagreement may be emerging. house speaker paul ryan told an undocumented immigrant at cnn's town hall that he hopes her future is in america. she was brought to the u.s. by her parents as a child. >> do you that i should be
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
, fbi director and nsa director. democrat david scott of georgia led the parade of unhappy house members. listen. >> i know more from watching y'all's newscast than. >> it confirmed my suspicions about our problems. and we seriously have problems. a lot of unanswered questions and a lot of need for follow-up. >> now, after their briefing, some is house members called for more information and continued investigation -- investigations into the russian hacking. and of course stronger u.s. cyber security. david. david: incredible report. peter, thank you very much. amazing stuff. . melissa: all right. bracing for a storm. an ice storm is resuming, and it is set to get in the country, forcing the nfl to change the playoff schedule. david: so are we preparing for a military clash with china? china's state media has a warning for the incoming administration global times writing quote if trump's team shapes future sign of u.s. ties as it is doing now, the two sides had better prepare for a military clash. this on the heels of rex tillerson's comment over the south china sea. take a liste
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
inspector general is now looking into the fbi's handling of the clinton e-mail investigation. while many on the left and right welcomed the move. is there any proof as some have claimed that comey's actions actually affected the outcome of the election. we have a bunch of numbers. we're going to go through all of them. that is too, stay with us. no sir, no sir, some nincompoop stole all my wool sweaters, smart tv and gaming system. luckily, the geico insurance agency recently helped baa baa with renters insurance. everything stolen was replaced. and the hooligan who lives down the lane was caught selling the stolen goods online. visit geico.com and see how easy it is to switch and save on renters insurance. by simply enjoying it. boost® simply complete. it's intelligent nutrition made with only 9 ingredients, plus 25 vitamins and minerals and 10 grams of protein. and look where life can take you! boost®. be up for it.™ bounty is more absorbent,mom" per roll so the roll can last 50% longer than the leading ordinary brand. so you get more "life" per roll. bounty, the quicker picker upp
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
review of the clinton e-mail case. >> fbi director james comey went to capitol hill for a classified talk about russian hacking. >> all i can tell you is the fbi director has no credibility. >> comey's focus, russian hacking to influence the election. but a new investigation will examine whether he tilted a close race by publicly commenting on hillary clinton's e-mails. demo they wanted and have new questions about calls incoming national security advisor michael flynn made to russia's ambassador the same day sanctions were announced. >> we really need to have one president at a time. i certainly hope no one on the trump team was trying to under cut what president obama was doing. >> in a flurry of tweets, the president-elect says he will have his own people author a full report on hacking within 90 days. mr. trump also renewed his vow that obamacare will be repealed. the house today moved one step closer to gutting the affordable care act. >> we have to step in before things get worse. this is nothing short of a rescue mission. >> congress will now start hearings to write new health
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
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admiral rogers also seconded that view. that is also today the view for the record of the fbi and the cia. in fact all the intelligence communities. is that correct? >> yes, the forthcoming report is done essentially by those three agencies. >> and the same conclusion with respect to the involvement of high-level russian authorities is shared by the -- all these agencies? >> yes. >> the chairman just noticed the legislative compartmentization. is that reflected also in terms of operations in terms for example admiral rogers if you through nsa detect something that is obviously a disruption, something that is patently wrong, you can communicate to the fbi or law enforcement, but there's no mechanism to make things happen add administratively, is that fair? >> there's certainly a process that in fact there have been several instances that i can think of in the last 18 months where we have run through that same exact scenario. intelligence, as it does in many other areas, domains, will detect incoming activity of concern. we will partner with fbi, the department of homeland security, u.s
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
developments in this week's other big news, the fallout from the russia hack. fbi director james comey and the director of national intelligence, james clapper, were on the hill to brief members of the house intelligence committee on russia's hacking activities. members of the senate were updated yesterday. one of those senators joins me now, dick durbin, democratic senator from illinois. senator durbin, good to talk to you. thank you for being with us. i want to get your reaction to what you learned yesterday. obviously, you knew a lot of what was coming on because of what had been reported in the media, but you got a more private -- a classified briefing. what's your reactions? >> i can't remember a bigger turnout in this classified briefing. of course, we had the fbi and cia and director have national intelligence, and they sit down and went into more detail about what the russians were attempting. most of it is public about their attempts to influence the election. they went into more details. the length and breadth of their effort should stop most members of congress from believing th
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
of the fbi, facing increasing pressure to step down after it was announced a review is underway into his handling, the bureau's handling of the information into hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server. democrats are furious at comey for reopening the investigation 11 days before an election, and republicans are furious with comey that he cleared her for the second time just days later. today, an opinion piece written by the "wall street journal" editorial board reads as follows, "the best advice mr. comey can render his country now is to resign. if comey declines, donald trump can and should fire him in the best interest of the nation's most important law enforcement agency." so john rizzo is back with us today, general counsel for the cia, 34 years with the agency. john rizzo, you know jim comey. i imagine he is taking a good long think about his job now. do you think he should resign? >> no. not yet. i met and dealt with jim comey back in the -- around 2004, 2005 when i was cia general counsel and he was deputy attorney general, and he is a -- i always found him to be a st
Univision
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
investigacion del departamento de justicia al fbi por la forma en la que manejo su servidor privado... ecribio en su cuenta de twitter que nunca debio permitirse que se postulara y que es tan culpable como el infierno. tambien se pronuncio acerca del polemico reporte que documenta datos "comprometedo res" no verificados sobre su conducta. dijo que era totalmente fabricado y que se presentara un informe completo en 90 dias. en cuanto al futuro del obamacare tuiteo:"!la ley de cuidado inasequible pronto sera historia! son otros presidentes que se han sumado y estÁn haciendo comunicaciones. >> fÍjate que la gente en redes sociales estÁn hablado mucho de esta nueva esperanza que surge para los jÓvenes soÑadores. la mayorÍa estÁn comentando y dice que esperan lo mejor. >> el departamento de justicia publicado los resultados de la investigaciÓn sobre abusos a los derechos civiles. >> se encontrÓ el departamento de policÍa incurriÓ en graves violaciones de los derechos civiles incluyendo prejuicios raciales y una tendencia a usar la fuerza excesiva. >> las autoridades la realida
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
government watch dog announced an investigation into the how the fbi and justice department handled the hillary clinton e-mail case. trump tweeted, "what are hillaries people complaining about with respect to the fbi? based on the information they had, she should have not have been allowed to run. guilty as hell." this is the president-elect. they were very nice to her, he said. she lost because she campaigned in the wrong states." this comes as the editorial board, not exactly a democrat bastian or a left wing bastian, calling for james comey to resign. in an opinion piece published last night, if the fbi director has demonstrated is that he has lost the trust of nearly everyone in washington along with every american that says they have to maintain their partiality as a federal agency. he announced new e-mails were being discovered. tuesday he said investigators didn't find anything. many democrats say this back and forth so close to the election hurt clinton's chances. comey says he welcomes the investigati investigation. dan henning is here. the reason for this was -- >> for the
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
? >> well, i can't add anything to what the intelligence community and the fbi have said on that. they did careful intelligence work. they obviously-- it in a very painstaking way reported the conclusions that they did. and that you heard about a couple of weaks ago. and i think that is a, an aggression upon the united states that we have responded to, but i with say that's just the beginning. my geses is it is the floor and not the ceiling. >> rose: henry kissinger went to china in part as leverage against russia, soviet union. some suggested that maybe some what week to see a better relationship with russia to that wart the ambitions of china. does that make sense to you? >> the, you're right, there say long history of-- history of expectation including fond expectation by americans that show russians and chinese will partially check one another. i don't expect that really. i think we have, they are different places, we have a different relationship with both of them. we have with both of them a relationship that has competitive aspects to it. but also cooperative aspects as i've said wh
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
weekend forecast and when we can expect more rain to return. >> and fbi director under investigation for his hand manying of the probe into hillary clinton's use of private e-mails last year. . >>> the united states justice department released a report about the chicago police department. the justice department launched an investigation in december of 2015 after a white police officer police officer shot a black teenager 16 times as he walk away from the officer. among other things report found that officers used excessive force when it wasn't necessaryt. said there was a pattern largely because of problem was in police department and the the city. >> we found that the chicago police department engages in a pattern or practice of using excessive force including deadly force and nondeadly force. this pattern includes, for example shooting at people who present no immediate threat and tazing people for not following verbal commands. >> the report lays the ground welcomer for change but it's not clear what will happen after trump's administration takes over. jeff >>> the justice department
he will sit down with the director of the fbi, kemy, director of international intelligence chapper and director of cia brennan and ask them how they took the data present end came to the conclusions dhe they did. i think part of this is understanding, do they all share the same conclusion. what are their concerns. but a lot of this, a lot of the reports that you leave talk about hugh there is a high degree of confidence. we believe the following. i think what he want to know, and if you think about it, i'm not trying to put ut at the weapons of mass destruction, benghazi blamed on video. he wants the opportunity to talk to the heads and say the data suggest this. this is what i hear in different briefings that i get. how did you get to that conclusion and to what degree of certainty have you come to it? and ity that having a healthy degree of skepticism in the analysis is a good thing. the data is not being questioned per se. it is the, how did you take that data which is classified, and come up with this conclusion. >> follow-up? >> yeah. >> this must be a three-part question. >>
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Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
u.s. officials, that fbi director james comey had in fact briefed the president-elect himself on this two-page synopsis of the claims levelled against him. so there's a lot to parse through. let's begin with jim acosta. i want you to tell me exactly what you're hearing about whatever the communications were, you know, between flynn and the russians. >> reporter: right. brooke, let's run through it. the trump transition team confirms, as you said, the incoming national security adviser, michael flynn, did speak by phone with the russian ambassador late last month. the transition says that conversation which was first reported by "the washington post" happened on december 28, just one day before the obama administration announced those new sanctions against russia for its hacking operation in the 2016 election. now, incoming white house press secretary sean spicer said the conversation came after the two men texted back and forth, wishing each other a merry christmas. here's what spicer told reporters this morning on the call. >> with respect to general flynn, just to give everyone
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of justice for taking on the review. he's professional and independent and the fbi will cooperate fully with him and his office. i hope that very much he will share the conclusions and observations with the public because everyone will benefit from thoughtful transparency regarding in matter. we'll bring in tom. the group that brought the existence of the server in the public eye. i want to ask you why now? they could have done it months after the lekdz. why wait one week before inauguration. >> the fact that you you have to ask the question is showing the problem. it is a political decision to announce the investigation just before a new administration comes in and a new inspector general in the justice department. it is not an a- political appointee and the president of the united states obama. it is a favor for the clinton camp. it will make it harder for any investigations in the e-mail matter to proceed and sends a signal to the fbi and justice department. you look into the clinton department issue you will be subject to review. >> heather: it is worth to note that the indepe
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Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm EST
outcome of the election with an investigation, newly opened here into fbi director james comey. the left right now is blaming him for hillary clinton's loss. i'm trish regan, welcome to "the intelligence report" ." the inspector general is beginning an investigation into the fbi's handling of the clinton email probe leading up to the election. there are allegations director james comey may have broken policies. keep in mind, director comey has single-handedly ticked off everyone, democrats and republicans alike. his refusal to indict hillary clinton for her because of my emails despite her saying she acted in "gross negligence and extreme carelessness" ," initially caused many americans to question his motives. you add in the bombshell announcement 11 days before the election and he announced he was reopening the investigation into this is clinton's emails after finding some classified emails on her top aide computer, which she shared with her now infamous husband, anthony weiner. the democrats say this is the reason hillary clinton lost the election, it's james comey's fault. here'
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around the now the fbi is under investigation. the new information coming out just a week before the presidential inauguration. >> but first happening now, just in takada pleads guilty and will pay 1 billion in fines and restitution for concealing airbags and defects. millions of cars have been recalled because of that problem. we have more on our twitter page about that. you can also find golden state warriors thinking about changing their name as they move to san francisco to the san francisco warriors. but the team president says that is likely not going to happen. you can find that story on our facebook page. that's where you can also leave your comments if you have one. we'll be back in a moment. over 1,000,000 californians have gotten something that's been out of reach for far too long: health insurance. how? they enrolled through covered california. it's the health insurance marketplace where you'll find a range of plans from leading health insurance companies that offer you the best combination of quality, rates, and benefits. and, through covered california, you may get fina
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policy when asked if the fbi investigating donald trump's team and whether they had contact with the russians during the campaign. >> i don't -- especially in a public forum, we never confirm or deny a pending investigation. >> i'm not saying -- >> the irony of of your making that statement here, i cannot avoid. >> director comey released a statement welcoming the investigation. president-elect trump has yet to announce whether comey will stay on as head of the fbi, and this investigation may have an impact. >>> well, we've made it to friday. you know what that means. >> we have an adora >>> coming up at 4:00, the high flying effort to take down dead and drying trees before the next round of storms hits. and trying to regroup after a record-setting storm, tonight at 5:00, we go live to the sierra where people have seen more than 200 inches of snow. >> what better way to kick off the weekend than with our perfect pet. >> getting all choked up thinking about how cute it is. mike it back to introduce us to fancy pants. >> we get choked up because we want the animals to become somebody's
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. but did he win as fairly and squarely as he claims? in focus, fbi director james comey now eyed by the justice department's inspector general. in question, how he handled the clinton e-mail investigation and why he broke protocol and went public. were politics at play? >> it's not like you can throw your challenge flag on the field and get a do-over because the ref made a call. >> it's clear the inspector general is carrying out a political investigation. >> comey felt the heat on the hill today as he and other top intel chiefs held a classified briefing with lawmakers on russian hacking. democrats angry over comey's actions not holding back moments after that meeting. >> all i can tell you is the fbi director has no credibility. >>> obamacare, will it stay or go? the senate -- the senate has laid the groundwork and in 45 minutes the house will have its turn with one question still unanswered. what will replace it? >>> let's start with the intense scrutiny surrounding the fbi and its director. james comey was on the hill today amidrevelations he's the subject of a major justice dep
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Jan 13, 2017 10:00am PST
have cnn reporting that the fbi director himself, james comey briefed donald trump on this. in it allegations that there were extensive exchanges of information between the russians and the trump campaign in the months leading up to the election. today the transition team confirmed that trump's choice for national security advisor retired lieutenant general michael flynn did exchange both phone calls and texts with the russian ambassador on december 28th, but only to, they say, exchange holiday wishes as well as coordinate a phone call between russian president putin and trump after the inauguration. this was one day before president obama announced he was expelling 35 russian officials in retaliation for election hacking. i want to discuss this now with my next guest. he is john negropon at the, former director of national intelligence. he was also a former u.s. ambassador to iraq. thank you very much for taking the time. >> u that. >> let me ask you this, in your previous roles, you often took classified intelligence briefings. what does it say to you that the intelligence commu
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opening an investigation into the fbi director's handling of the clinton email probe. but is it enough? >>> and policing the police. stunning new federal report finds the chicago police department has been systematically violating the civil rights of its citizens. >>> we want to start with the house vote on obamacare, happened just moments ago. the republican and democratic leaders appearing on the house floor in advance of that house vote. we want to take a listen. >> my colleagues, this experiment has failed. this law is collapsing while we speak. we have to step in before things get worse. this is nothing short of a rescue mission. >> republicans are feeding their ideological obsession with repealing the aca, and disman e dismantling the health and economic security of hard working families. we will not allow the republicans to make america sick again. >> kasie hunt has been following the votes all day on capitol hill. we'll start with you. walk us through this vote right now, is paul ryan expecting the republican conference to vote in unison or will there be defections here?
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all "happening now." ♪ begin with the justice department investigation of its own fbi director admitted allegations of misconduct ahead of the presidential election. welcome to the second hour of "happening now." i am jenna lee. >> gregg: i'm gregg jarrett and for jon scott. fbi director james comey already under fire from democrats for his handling of the case surrounding hillary clinton's emails and her private server. they say his conduct cost her the election. now the justice department inspector general, supposed to be an independent entity, announcing a review of those accusations and, whether james comey, the bureau or even the department of justice followed procedures just one week before president-elect trump takes the oath of office. >> jenna: we have reaction from trump tower in new york city, we start with our chief washington correspondent, james? >> good afternoon. across official washington, reaction to the inspector general probe fell along familiar partisan lines. supporters of hillary clinton welcomed the probe because they believe that her loss, as clinton he
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york, marcy gone zell, channel 6 "action news." >> the justice department has opened a probe into fbi director, james comey and if he and other members of the fbi followed proper procedure investigating hillary clinton's emails. he commented on the investigation into the emails during the election season and the letter he wrote to congress reopened the case 11 days before the election. they are under scrutiny by the inspector general of the justice department. >> the policy is you don't do it close to an election. you don't want them to think they are influencing an election. >> and an assistant attorney general that linked information to the clinton campaign and to the trump campaign. specifically rudy giuliani who hinted to fox news that he knew about the bombshell in advance. >>> grammy winner guitarist, carlos, san tan is expected to perform at the festival this summer. musikfest is one of the largest music festivals in the nation and it'se on6we unce re >>> scary moments for a big rig driver struggling with winter weather for california sierras. it shows a semi truck sliding all
was going to have to object to this hearing because the office of government ethics or the fbi check had not been completed. but i'm pleased to report that all was completed and i've had a chance to review all of that information and i'm very appreciative of that, mr. chairman. welcome, general kelly. thank you for your service to this country and most importantly thank you for being willing to serve again. it's very important that people stand up when their country calls and i appreciate your willingness to do that. you've been asked to serve as the fifth secretary of homeland security. the department of homeland security has tremendous responsibility to protect our home land, its people and its infrastructure. at this moment, i cannot emphasize enough the need to protect our critical infrastructure. whether it's electric grits, public transportation or power plants. we need to understand what steps you will take to defend that infrastructure against intrusion and harm. our intelligence community of which dhs is a vital part of is among the finest in the world. i would argue it is t
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evening. lana zak has the latest. >> james comey reiterated this week the fbi does not comment on investigations. >> i would never comment on investigations. >> they were extremely careless. >> policy has always been you don't do it close to an election. also under investigation person who leaked information, specifically, rudy giuliani. based on the information the fbi has, she should never have been allowed to run. on to same tweet, he went call her guilty. legal scholars are saying that is unprecedented in among modern american presidents. >> republicans could take a step on making good on their promise to repeal the affordable care act. they are expected to vote on to repealeasier without the threat of a filibuster. the legislation does not need to be signed by the president. passed in the senate this week. theweek from today is inauguration. final preparations are underway for the swearing in of the 40 president of the united states. president of the united states. more thanilitary says 5000 military personnel are support. ceremonial security will be tight. the air force is o
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believe leaks came from within the intelligence community. cbs news confirmed fbi director james comey briefed mr. trump last week but sources say comey did not detail embarrassing allegations in the 35 page report. >> we have no discussion about that. >> reporter: senators received a classified intelligence briefing, thursday on russian election interference but not on the paper. >> democrats will say if you, were public about your concerns about hillary clinton 's e the hails why weren't you public about your concerns with russian hacking and potentially help to the trump campaign at the same time. he has some difficulty questions to address. >> reporter: will trump says his team will receive a full report of the hacking within 90 days. craig boswell for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> meanwhile the president-elect was very act i have on twitter this morning, he tweeted this message, rebuking the unsubstantiated claims that russia may have compromising information. he called the information talk news, that was put together by political opponents. >>> well, an army calvary unit from phil
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came from within the intelligence community. cbs news confirmed the fbi director comey briefed mr. trump last week but sources say he did not detail all of the allegations in the 35-page report. >> no discussions about any of that really. >> reporter: senators received a classified intelligence briefing thursday on russian election interference but not on the report. >> democrats aregoing to say, if you were public hillary clinton's email, why not public about russian hacking and potentially help to the trump campaign? he has difficult questions to address. >> reporter: mr. trump says the team will receive a full report on the hacking within 90 days. craig boswell, cbs news, capitol hill. >> social media is flooded with responses over the unverified report. one tweet, all this proves is that one dare to try business in russia, obama's spies had you down already as a traitor. and one write, the you aren't alarmed, there's something wrong with you. and finally, one tweet, trump russia, there's always an element of truth. we would love to hear what you think. log on to our wusa 9 soc
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Jan 13, 2017 9:00am PST
understatement that is sweeping washington, i will say fbi director james comey is having an interesting week. cnn is told, for example, that comehe y said that they had information that russia is in possession of compromising information about the president-elect. that's just one of jim comey's interesting exchanges. then there was this. when comey, twice in the presidential election made comments about the hillary clinton e-mail investigation was asked if the fbi is now looking into allegations that trump loyalists had some election related contacts with russian officials. >> mr. comey, did you answer senator's question that there is an investigation underway as to connections between either the political campaigns and the russians? >> i didn't say one way or another. >> you didn't say that -- >> that was my intention at least. >> you didn't say one way or another whether even if there's an investigation underway? >> correct. especially in a public forum, we never confirm or deny pending investigations. i'm not saying -- >> the irony of your making that statement here, i cannot avoid,
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investigate the fbi director, james commies, handling of the probe into hillary clinton's youth's use of a private private email server. and as late october public letter about the case, which reignited the democratic nominees email controversy just days before the election emma he's going to look into that, too. this is "outnumbered," i'm harris faulkner, here today is meghan mccain, host of "after the bell" right next to me, melissa francis. also from fox business, dagen mcdowell. and today's hashtag #oneluckyguy, the host of "fox & friends," we welcome back to the couch, brian kilmeade, we say you are outnumbered, but mostly just loved. >> that is very nice, comedies speak for everyone on the couch? >> no, i don't. >> dagen lives next to me on the 17th floor upstairs, and everone else is going to work. >> dagen: you will tell no secrets about me in sweatpants and dirty t-shirts. >> brian: 's if that's what i have to do. >> harris: we have a very busy news day, so let's get started, and we will begin with a new controversy that is roiling washington as they say, fbi director james comey
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